THE CHILD & ADOLESCENT PERMANENCY SUPPORT PROGRAM provides comprehensive mental health care, parent training and placement stabilization services to Alameda County children and youth (ages 5 – 21) and their families. This program is designed to meet the needs of children and youth who are in or at risk of entering, the foster care system. This program offers individual and family therapy based in the ABW clinic, in the community, or in the family’s home.
EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM is designed to deliver early intervention to facilitate the emotional well-being and optimal development of infants and young children who are at risk for emotional, behavioral, and developmental problems. Services include: developmental screening, assessment, and monitoring; dyadic (Infant-Parent/Child-Parent) and family therapy; behavior parent training, targeted family support services; infant massage and bonding classes; parenting education and support groups.
ADOPTION SUPPORT PROGRAM offers individual and family therapy and clinical case management designed to meet the needs of children and youth who will be adopted, or have been adopted from the foster care system.
CORE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SUPPORT PROGRAM offers Behavioral Health Services to children and youth (ages birth to 18) and their families.
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